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Hi everyone! This time I’m coming back with last month’s favourites. Although, I thought there will be more summery items the weather isn’t quite like we’ve imagined and we mostly spend our days on puzzles and watching films. So on this rather autumnal day (at least in the UK) let’s go through some of my fave things from June!
Hi everyone! I hope that you all can feel the spring and enjoy the beautiful sunlight! I don’t know about you, but on sunny days I feel way more energized and having a lot of motivation to get up in the morning, comparing to cloudy and gloomy days. It’s almost like the sunlight is charging my batteries somehow. However, today I’ll be summing up the month that wasn’t as sunny, and I would actually say we had pretty much every weather possible.
Hi everyone! I hope you can already feel this lovely spring sun and that we are going towards better, warmer days. I feel really happy about that as it gave me a big motivational kick. Beautiful weather and sun coming through my windows work as a big mood booster and give me a lot of positive energy. Today I wanted to share with you my favourite things from this last (I hope) winter month.
We’ve just gone through the first month of the new year, well done! That means that it’s the time to sum up this month, which has actually gone quite quickly for me. I have tried to spend every day being productive and not to go crazy in another lockdown. I hope that the new year has been good to you by now and that you’re handling this whole situation that we’re stuck in (for a year now) alright.
Today something a little bit different. I'll tell you what I study and why in the UK, what I'm passionate about and what I'd like to do in the future. You'll also find out what my course and the uni has got to offer.
I start 2021 with summing up last month. The Last Month Favourites series is back and I have just realized that I’ve skipped one month (oops!). December was special for me, mostly because I’ve prepared my first ever traditional Christmas Eve dinner, was cooking a lot of good food and had a little bit of rest.
Just as I promised last week, this time I want to show you a bunch of gift inspiration for him! So if you don't know what to get for your dad, boyfriend, husband or brother then have a look at this guide, which is full of ideas for a thoughtful gift.
Lack of ideas for a gift for your love, mum, sister or a friend? Look no further! Here's a gift guide full of thoughtful presents that won't leave you broke and will be a great surprise for that special one!
Today I’m coming to you with a light topic and potential new series on here which is last month’s essentials. It will be a kind of me summing up what’s been going on, what things I couldn’t live without and what’s worth watching, reading and listening to.
Green pesto with some Italian seasoning is something that really reminds me of summertime. It’s also because I’m using some fresh basil and spinach to prepare it. For me it’s like summer in a jar, a dish that is a little bit labour consuming with a medium advance level, but how delicious!
Long, autumn evenings are perfect to wrap yourself in a warm blanket, grab some hot tea and spend time catching up on films and shows. Today, I’m coming on with a subjective list of movies and series that for me are worth watching on Netflix.
Today, I’m coming back with an easy clafoutis recipe with some strawberries and blueberries, that I have made last month for my little birthday reception. It was my first time back then but it turned out to be great and now is a staple in my sweet repertoire
Hot, summer aura for me is a time when I eat less. The heat influences me this way, so then the best solution is to drink a lot and cook more soup alike dishes. They’re lighter and don’t make you feel bloated. However, in a creamy option, they are just right and give you enough energy for the whole day.
This time I’ve got for you another Netflix Originals series review that I’ve watched recently. Cursed has premiered on Netflix on 17th July and is the newest adaptation of the legend of Arthur and The Sword of Power. This 10 episode fantasy series is a perfect choice for spending your weekend evening in front of your TV.
Before we moved and started a real life on our own, I have always imagined how it will be to organise your own little parties, cook for friends and take care of interior related things. Today, I would love to share with you how for this occasion I have set up the most important thing for every dinner, the table.
Not long ago we didn’t have any idea of what Shakshouka actually is, but now it’s one of our favourite breakfast or lunch dishes. Simple, but yet with rich taste has been on our mind since we’ve first tried it. Our recipe, of course, modified to our needs is easy to make out of the ingredients that you usually have in the fridge but if not, they are easily accessible in any shop. Cooked in around 25 minutes with minimal input, the taste is surprisingly amazing.
With tens of new Netflix shows each week it’s hard to remember or find time to have a look at all of them that seemed to be interesting. However, there is one that has been released recently and is really worth watching. It’s a Polish production realised as one of Netflix Originals that is based on the book by Harlan Coben (creator of Safe or The Stranger) and its title is The Woods.
During the lockdown, I had much more time for new house works and activities. They’ve included general tidying, colour-organising my wardrobe and going through my shoes and clothes. While doing it I have realised that the condition of lots of my clothes is far from good and they just look very worn. Then I have realised that someone has invented a great tool which is a fabric shaver, a thing that I needed.
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